Material removal through cutting, turning, milling, drilling, grinding, tapping and more using machinery such as laser cutting systems, plasma cutting systems, oxyfuel cutting systems, milling machines, drill presses, lathes, horizontal machining centers, vertical machining centers, turning centers, multitasking machines, electrical discharge machines and other equipment assisted by Computer Aided Design (CAD), Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM), Computer Numerical Control (CNC), automation and robotics.
Many manufacturers are feeling cautious about the economy and hesitant to make new investments until they get a better sense of certainty. But things are changing faster than ever now. Here are some industry forecasts about some market sectors that could be hot and others that may not.
Take a closer look at some of the welding technologies that will be exhibited November 16-18 on the show floor in Las Vegas.
Jig Mill J1620 and J1620X machines from Mitsui Seiki are ideal for mold base production, mold plates, precision hot runners, progressive and transfer dies, and other jig boring and milling applications.
The Model 9000 Bevel-Mill from Heck Industries features variable angle adjustments from 15 deg to 45 deg on mild steel, aluminum, stainless steel and more.